Crews battle brush fire in Port Orchard

Blaze breaks out behind home on Long Lake Road SE


A $9.4 million Lotto ticket bought in Poulsbo remains unclaimed

The winning numbers from the drawing are 01-08-09-21-22-30

  • Jul 23rd, 2017


Interest in Canoe Journey continues to grow — here and abroad

100 canoes are expected to arrive at We Wei Kai/Wei Wai Kum


Coast Guard: Sunken fishing boat believed found

Larry O’Grady of Poulsbo, the Destination’s engineer, was one of six crew members lost at sea

  • Jul 21st, 2017

That steampunk slingshot dragster is Poulsbo’s crack sealer | The Poulsbo Beat

POULSBO — There’s a lot to report on from Poulsbo City Hall.…

Developer relaunching McCormick community with sale of 172 home sites

PORT ORCHARD — In what’s being called a “relaunch,” the joint company…

McCurdys of Oak Table Cafe crack another record

SILVERDALE — Oak Table Cafe owner Ross McCurdy makes his living cracking…

‘I’m overwhelmed, but I’m ready’

A conversation with NKSD’s new superintendent, Dr. Laurynn Evans

State panel will determine whether Duggal gets medical license back

The commission presented its case July 17-19, Duggal’s attorney presents July 20-21

Port Orchard QFC to close in August

PORT ORCHARD — QFC’s presence in Port Orchard will disappear late next…

Family of Olympic hiker remembers his ‘zest for life’

David Woodson, 60, of Kingston, was found dead on July 1 along the coast of Olympic National Park near the Norwegian Memorial

New arena should ‘spur interest’ in year-round equestrian programs at the fairgrounds

By Michelle Beahm Kitsap News Group BREMERTON — About two years ago,…

Poulsbo, Coffee Oasis team up to provide transitional housing for women

POULSBO — The Coffee Oasis and the City of Poulsbo are entering…

Tremont funding boost big lobbying win for Port Orchard

By BOB SMITH Kitsap News Group PORT ORCHARD — Despite the legislative…

Prosecutor: ‘The victim wants this done’

Trial rescheduled for Sept. 25 in 1980s rape case

More than 250 tips received in Careaga murder case

Van Gesen: ‘It’s taking a lot of time … but it’s very important we do things right’

Fast ferry afternoon sailing to Seattle canceled

Return trip from Seattle also dropped due to mechanical issues

Lady Washington visits Port Orchard July 24-27

Official tall ship of the State of Washington

Bolstering defense efforts in Coral Sea

IN THE CORAL SEA — Navy Lt. Megan Ricker of Bremerton makes…

  • Jul 18th, 2017

House fire caused by lit candle; displaces five

PORT ORCHARD — Five adults were displaced from their home early July…

‘The pain can make you crazy’

The Dry Eye Company helps people obtain relief

Suquamish Tribe presents Coast Salish canoe model to the Poulsbo Maritime Museum

Suquamish Tribe and Mayor Erickson celebrate new display with museum staff

Here are 10 facts about dry eye you need to know

July is Dry Eye Awareness Month

  • Jul 17th, 2017

National Night Out event Aug. 1 at Port Orchard waterfront

PORT ORCHARD — National Night Out, a nationwide community crime prevention awareness…

New restrooms at Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park will cost $253,000

Scheduled to be completed in time for Halloween and Julefest

Scam alert: Night manager gets call from someone posing as company CFO

BREMERTON — The Bremerton Police Department is alerting local businesses to a…

  • Jul 17th, 2017

Relay For Life participants walk for a cure

2017 North Kitsap event raises more than $37,000 for the American Cancer Society

Olympic College’s new role in stopping cyber attacks and viruses

New cyber range will enable local students to receive top-notch training close to home

Outdoor fires banned, burning permits suspended

Fire marshal: ‘Much of the material on the forest floor is as dry as kiln-dried lumber’

  • Jul 14th, 2017

Kingston man taken to Harborview with burns from pan fire

KINGSTON — A Kingston man was airlifted to Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center…

  • Jul 14th, 2017

Free rides on fast ferry to end Aug. 1

BREMERTON — Kitsap Transit is reminding commuters that beginning Aug. 1, the…

Bremerton City Council candidates talk priorities, issues

From here, they move on to Eggs & Issues forums sponsored by the Bremerton Area Chamber of Commerce

A culture-bearer returns home | Passages

Evelynne Beatrice Gemmell’s heart was firmly rooted in Suquamish

New docks, and eagle, at Brownsville Marina

A young eagle is keeping a close eye on progress at the marina

Business and government leaders celebrate Kitsap-King connection

Delegation visits here — via the fast ferry, of course — for two-day economic familiarization tour

The beauty and healing of the Canoe Journey | Kitsap Weekly

Annual gathering of Northwest Native canoe cultures is a ‘reconnection to our inherent birth rights’

Water-rights issue is at crux of Legislature stalemate | In Olympia

OLYMPIA — No issue in the state Legislature illustrates the urban-rural split…

Driving? Don’t touch that cell phone

Drivers on the Kitsap Peninsula should be prepared for a new law governing distracted driving

Driving? Don’t touch that cell phone

Drivers on the Kitsap Peninsula should be prepared for a new law governing distracted driving

  • Jul 11th, 2017

Sullivan reelected to fifth term as Port Gamble S’Klallam chairman

LITTLE BOSTON — Jeromy Sullivan was elected July 10 to a fifth…